Volunteers

 

Ibiza Cat / Eivissa Cats was established in November 2015

Our volunteers are:

Deborah

Deborah

Deborah has been working with the cats in Ibiza for over 20 years. She started feeding cats in Ibiza whilst on holiday and then went out 3 times a year to help a local woman. Back then the cats were dying in the streets and gutters... She continued to be involved with a cat charity on the island for 15 years before being involved in Ibiza Cats. Herself and Tracey have worked hard to help cats in San Antonio - where no one else would go as the problems were so bad. Deborah has done TNR with cats all over the world and is joint founder of Neutering4Paws, a neutering charity in Manchester, UK.

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Tracey

Tracey

Tracey has been working with the cats of Ibiza for over 8 years. She went on holiday in 2008 and found lots of sick kittens and spent most of her holiday trapping cats to help. She returned 3 months later to help more and then started doing TNR trips twice a year with a local cat charity. Along with Deborah, Tracey havsworked hard to help cats in San Antonio - where no one else would go as the problems were so bad and spends many late nights there! Tracye has done TNR with cats all over the world and is joint founder of Neutering4Paws, a neutering charity in Manchester, UK.

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Lorraine

Lorraine

Lorraine has been involved in TNR in Ibiza for the past 6 years. She completed her first TNR trip in 2010 with a local cat charity in Ibiza and has returned every year since. She has also been involved in other TNR projects in Europe and has been the Co-ordinator for the Glasgow Branch of Cats Protection since 2008, rescuing and rehoming over 300 cats a year and providing neutering assistance and education in Glasgow. Lorraine also represents at The Cross Party Welfare Group for Animals at The Scottish Government.

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Sasha

Sasha

Sasha has been involved in TNR in Ibiza for the past 6 years. She was on holiday in 2009 and found a sick, dying kitten and wanted to know what she could do to help. She completed her first TNR trip in 2010 with a local cat charity in Ibiza and has returned every year since. Sasha has been involved in many cats welfare charites since 2008, including the Glasgow Branch of Cats Protection where she was admissions officer, home visitor, trapping and recuitment volunteer. Sasha now commutes from Glasgow to London on a weekly basis but still commits time for the cats of Ibiza.